Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019012/001.

Names and composition

"NUPRIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of IBUPROFEN.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019012/001 NUPRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 200MG
019012/002 NUPRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 200MG
072035/001 NUPRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 200MG
072036/001 NUPRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 200MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017463/002 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 400MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017463/003 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 300MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017463/004 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 600MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017463/005 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 800MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018197/001 IBU IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 400MG
018197/002 RUFEN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 600MG
018989/001 ADVIL IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 200MG
019012/001 NUPRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 200MG
019012/002 NUPRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 200MG
019012/003 MOTRIN IB IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 200MG
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019784/001 IBU IBUPROFEN SUSPENSION/ORAL 100MG per 5ML
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019842/001 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN SUSPENSION/ORAL 100MG per 5ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020135/001 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 50MG
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020267/002 JUNIOR STRENGTH ADVIL IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 100MG
020402/001 ADVIL LIQUI-GELS IBUPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 200MG FREE ACID AND POTASSIUM SALT
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020418/001 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 100MG
020476/001 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN SUSPENSION/DROPS/ORAL 40MG per ML
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020589/001 CHILDREN'S ADVIL IBUPROFEN SUSPENSION/ORAL 100MG per 5ML
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Answered questions

How do I use Nuprin drug?
I wonna now how should I use this drug.. Asked by Wade Mcelyea 1 year ago.

If you think that this drug effect too weak or strong on your body, consult your doctor or pharmacist.Your doctor will decide when, how,and how long you should take Nuprin. Drugs should be swallowed with fluid. The usual dose for adults is 600-1800mg. Depending on the symptoms severity, you can increase the dose up to a maximum of 2400 mg (6tablets) daily. Drug use is 3-4 times a day. The usual children dosage is 20mg/kg body weight. For children younger than 12 years it is recommended to use liquid pharmaceutical forms. Answered by Keli Alverio 1 year ago.


Which is best for relief of menstrual cramps?
Advil, Tylenol, Motrin or Nuprin? Asked by Evia Wayns 1 year ago.

I take aleve. :D And also put a heating pad on my stomach. it helps alot. Answered by Masako Zotti 1 year ago.

Chocolate and sappy Lifetime Channel movie that makes you cry your eyeballs out. Motrin works better than Advil, Tylenol or Nuprin. Answered by Marco Biemer 1 year ago.

advil(or just ibuprofen) helps me the most. pamprin and midol just don't cut it for me. oh and even more so than meds.....a heating pad works wonders. if they are really bad and you know the meds won't kick in for a little while, use the heating pad. it melts away the pain almost instantly. if you have to be out and about, try those stick on heat strips. i personally haven't tried them, but i've been told by a few that they help as well. hope this helps! Answered by Liz Bogguess 1 year ago.

I much prefer the non medication way of a heat pad or wheat pad if not got either a hot water bottle. A a warm herbal tea with a camoile base. Answered by Bethany Mcpeake 1 year ago.

I buy a 12 hour Midol that works wonders. Also try a heating pad. Answered by Viki Mangen 1 year ago.

Advil - anything with Ibuprofen. I take so many I buy the generic ones. Best for hangovers too. Well, unless you have Vicodin. I wish I did :) Answered by Theodore Rechkemmer 1 year ago.

heat. and chamomile tea. Buy one of those cloth things that have perfumed grains and stuff inside, or make one yourself by pouring uncooked rice in a sock and tying off the end. Then microwave it for 2 minutes at 80% power. It'll work wonders and relax your cramped muscles. Answered by Rochel Bloemer 1 year ago.

Motrin for sure....takes a bit to kick in but works for hours :) Answered by Cassandra Huerto 1 year ago.

Advil, or Midol! Answered by Leandro Likos 1 year ago.

Crunches, believe it or not, work wonders! And I prefer Midol or Pamprin. Answered by Tiffany Fracasso 1 year ago.


What happens when ur dog eats advil?
she ate 2, and yes i hate my brother too Asked by Corrinne Ahlm 1 year ago.

ok, i have a 1 yr old puggle (pu and beagle). Shes 15 lbs, and my brother let her into my room. The night before i forgot to take advil for an issue with my knee (brucitites, if u know what that is). And my little brother thought it would be funny yo see how much damage the new puppy could do to my room, (we got her last week), but little did he know advil was laying out. the label says to keep away from pets and children, what do i do? Answered by Jeri Vanderzanden 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What happens when ur dog eats advil? ok, i have a 1 yr old puggle (pu and beagle). Shes 15 lbs, and my brother let her into my room. The night before i forgot to take advil for an issue with my knee (brucitites, if u know what that is). And my little brother thought it would be funny yo see how much damage the new puppy could do to my... Answered by Milda Benincasa 1 year ago.

Take the dog, bottle, and as much of the contents of the bottle to the vet. My dog got into advil once, and didn't eat for over a week. Since it's such a small mutt, the amount of advil could be very damaging. Answered by Gertrude Moreci 1 year ago.

when the label says keep away from pets or children it just means that they don't want them getting into it and having half the bottle it is definitely ok if she has had 1 or 2. once my dog had a bad pain in his leg because he slipped off a rock and we gave him 1 advil because the vet told us to and if she is fine now i'm sure she will be fine forever. Answered by Cristina Lugardo 1 year ago.

What i think he/she will be fine yep if he vomits it means he is throwing out all the advil pill , my friends dog ate 100 pills of pepto bismol just don't panic :) Answered by Adela Standre 1 year ago.

How many did she eat?! If it was only a few, then I don't think there is a problem. More than that, get to the emergency vet. Your brother needs his head knocked. Answered by Roxy Eagan 1 year ago.

If it only a te 1 or 2 pills don't worry about it. If you are talking half a bottle or something I would start digging a hole in the back yard. You're going to need one. Answered by Mitzie Kooy 1 year ago.

I would have your dog go to a vet as quickly as possible and have someone beat your brother for doing something so stupid. Answered by Mckenzie Zoebisch 1 year ago.

Seeing as how this is Sunday call the emergency vet ASAP and ask him what you should do Answered by Deetta Smallman 1 year ago.

take the dog to the vet ASAP it can cause liver and kidney damage, and kidney failure, as well as other deadly issues!! Answered by Gaylord Mas 1 year ago.


Can you give dogs ibuprofen?
Asked by Nicholas Wilke 1 year ago.

Like others, I say no, but I want to also mention that my vet says that dogs will obsess over the smell of ibuprofen and will get into bottles within reach and eat the pills. This will kill them since it is so toxic to dogs. So not only don't give your dog ibuprofen, but keep any bottles of it out of reach of your dog--far out of reach. Answered by Carlene Petticrew 1 year ago.

WHY do you feel the need to give the dog ibuprofen? If there is a reason, you should call the vet. Answered by Justa Bakhshian 1 year ago.

NO!!! NO!!! NO!!! you have to give dog dog pain reliever only. Get some at the pet store. You can kill your dog if you give him your ibuprofen Answered by German Domke 1 year ago.

No! It could kill your dog!Like the other person said give it some dog pain reliever or go to the vet. Answered by Kristin Doud 1 year ago.

No. NEVER EVER give dogs ibuprofen as it is toxic to them. If you need pain relief for your dog call your vet and ask them for an appropriate dose of an appropriate medication. Depending on your dog's medical history they may recommend something OTC or they may recommend that you come in for an exam and a more dog-specific pain reliever. Answered by Marta Bartch 1 year ago.

No, you're better off talking to your vet regarding the proper medicating of your dog. The Internet is not a place to ask questions such as these. Answered by Graham Rhen 1 year ago.

NO! They sell specially formulated Canine asprin at all major pet stores, and some grocery stores. They're quick dissolve liver flavored tablets... easy to hide in a dab of peanut butter, and pretty cheap! Read the label and follow the guidelines for the weight of your dog, but PLEASE Please do not feed your dog human Ibuprofen :( Answered by Despina Homma 1 year ago.

NOOOOOOOOOO Advil and Tylenol are both toxic to your dog. NEVER give your dog an OTC medication unless your Vet has told you to and what the correct dosage for your dog is. Answered by Halley Muszar 1 year ago.


False positive urine test for benzodiazapines. what can cause this?
Asked by Kym Westermeier 1 year ago.

Naproxen (Aleve, Nuprin), Zoloft are two substances known to cause this. The question is, what have you been taking? Narrow it down based on that. Also, request a GC-MS lab test. That will show whether or not you have benzodiazepines in your system. Answered by Kaitlyn Dudik 1 year ago.


How do I use Nuprin drug?
I wonna now how should I use this drug.. Asked by Consuelo Masupha 1 year ago.

If you think that this drug effect too weak or strong on your body, consult your doctor or pharmacist.Your doctor will decide when, how,and how long you should take Nuprin. Drugs should be swallowed with fluid. The usual dose for adults is 600-1800mg. Depending on the symptoms severity, you can increase the dose up to a maximum of 2400 mg (6tablets) daily. Drug use is 3-4 times a day. The usual children dosage is 20mg/kg body weight. For children younger than 12 years it is recommended to use liquid pharmaceutical forms. Answered by Manuela Desando 1 year ago.


Which is best for relief of menstrual cramps?
Advil, Tylenol, Motrin or Nuprin? Asked by Lashaun Goggin 1 year ago.

I take aleve. :D And also put a heating pad on my stomach. it helps alot. Answered by Mammie Bayley 1 year ago.

Chocolate and sappy Lifetime Channel movie that makes you cry your eyeballs out. Motrin works better than Advil, Tylenol or Nuprin. Answered by Santana Searer 1 year ago.

advil(or just ibuprofen) helps me the most. pamprin and midol just don't cut it for me. oh and even more so than meds.....a heating pad works wonders. if they are really bad and you know the meds won't kick in for a little while, use the heating pad. it melts away the pain almost instantly. if you have to be out and about, try those stick on heat strips. i personally haven't tried them, but i've been told by a few that they help as well. hope this helps! Answered by Sherry Mckie 1 year ago.

I much prefer the non medication way of a heat pad or wheat pad if not got either a hot water bottle. A a warm herbal tea with a camoile base. Answered by Sharron Degrate 1 year ago.

I buy a 12 hour Midol that works wonders. Also try a heating pad. Answered by Candis Higgs 1 year ago.

Advil - anything with Ibuprofen. I take so many I buy the generic ones. Best for hangovers too. Well, unless you have Vicodin. I wish I did :) Answered by Loreta Delavina 1 year ago.

heat. and chamomile tea. Buy one of those cloth things that have perfumed grains and stuff inside, or make one yourself by pouring uncooked rice in a sock and tying off the end. Then microwave it for 2 minutes at 80% power. It'll work wonders and relax your cramped muscles. Answered by Gloria Skibski 1 year ago.

Motrin for sure....takes a bit to kick in but works for hours :) Answered by Tammi Bryand 1 year ago.

Advil, or Midol! Answered by Lilliana Guzzardo 1 year ago.

Crunches, believe it or not, work wonders! And I prefer Midol or Pamprin. Answered by Lannie Prow 1 year ago.


What happens when ur dog eats advil?
she ate 2, and yes i hate my brother too Asked by Sabra Bonura 1 year ago.

ok, i have a 1 yr old puggle (pu and beagle). Shes 15 lbs, and my brother let her into my room. The night before i forgot to take advil for an issue with my knee (brucitites, if u know what that is). And my little brother thought it would be funny yo see how much damage the new puppy could do to my room, (we got her last week), but little did he know advil was laying out. the label says to keep away from pets and children, what do i do? Answered by Florentina Vilhauer 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What happens when ur dog eats advil? ok, i have a 1 yr old puggle (pu and beagle). Shes 15 lbs, and my brother let her into my room. The night before i forgot to take advil for an issue with my knee (brucitites, if u know what that is). And my little brother thought it would be funny yo see how much damage the new puppy could do to my... Answered by Benton Solarski 1 year ago.

Take the dog, bottle, and as much of the contents of the bottle to the vet. My dog got into advil once, and didn't eat for over a week. Since it's such a small mutt, the amount of advil could be very damaging. Answered by Lily Huaman 1 year ago.

when the label says keep away from pets or children it just means that they don't want them getting into it and having half the bottle it is definitely ok if she has had 1 or 2. once my dog had a bad pain in his leg because he slipped off a rock and we gave him 1 advil because the vet told us to and if she is fine now i'm sure she will be fine forever. Answered by Gabriela Wagster 1 year ago.

What i think he/she will be fine yep if he vomits it means he is throwing out all the advil pill , my friends dog ate 100 pills of pepto bismol just don't panic :) Answered by Aurelia Kubley 1 year ago.

How many did she eat?! If it was only a few, then I don't think there is a problem. More than that, get to the emergency vet. Your brother needs his head knocked. Answered by Shonta Dijulio 1 year ago.

If it only a te 1 or 2 pills don't worry about it. If you are talking half a bottle or something I would start digging a hole in the back yard. You're going to need one. Answered by Jonell Woodfin 1 year ago.

I would have your dog go to a vet as quickly as possible and have someone beat your brother for doing something so stupid. Answered by Marisol Sar 1 year ago.

Seeing as how this is Sunday call the emergency vet ASAP and ask him what you should do Answered by Amal Stecklair 1 year ago.

take the dog to the vet ASAP it can cause liver and kidney damage, and kidney failure, as well as other deadly issues!! Answered by Salina Rybolt 1 year ago.


Can you give dogs ibuprofen?
Asked by Courtney Xayavong 1 year ago.

Like others, I say no, but I want to also mention that my vet says that dogs will obsess over the smell of ibuprofen and will get into bottles within reach and eat the pills. This will kill them since it is so toxic to dogs. So not only don't give your dog ibuprofen, but keep any bottles of it out of reach of your dog--far out of reach. Answered by Marlyn Corcoran 1 year ago.

WHY do you feel the need to give the dog ibuprofen? If there is a reason, you should call the vet. Answered by Lorriane Rodiguez 1 year ago.

NO!!! NO!!! NO!!! you have to give dog dog pain reliever only. Get some at the pet store. You can kill your dog if you give him your ibuprofen Answered by Tammy Bohanan 1 year ago.

No! It could kill your dog!Like the other person said give it some dog pain reliever or go to the vet. Answered by Tiffani Chu 1 year ago.

No. NEVER EVER give dogs ibuprofen as it is toxic to them. If you need pain relief for your dog call your vet and ask them for an appropriate dose of an appropriate medication. Depending on your dog's medical history they may recommend something OTC or they may recommend that you come in for an exam and a more dog-specific pain reliever. Answered by Elly Arildsen 1 year ago.

No, you're better off talking to your vet regarding the proper medicating of your dog. The Internet is not a place to ask questions such as these. Answered by Rosena Kules 1 year ago.

NO! They sell specially formulated Canine asprin at all major pet stores, and some grocery stores. They're quick dissolve liver flavored tablets... easy to hide in a dab of peanut butter, and pretty cheap! Read the label and follow the guidelines for the weight of your dog, but PLEASE Please do not feed your dog human Ibuprofen :( Answered by Glendora Cafasso 1 year ago.

NOOOOOOOOOO Advil and Tylenol are both toxic to your dog. NEVER give your dog an OTC medication unless your Vet has told you to and what the correct dosage for your dog is. Answered by Reginald Ciotti 1 year ago.


False positive urine test for benzodiazapines. what can cause this?
Asked by Lyn Faine 1 year ago.

Naproxen (Aleve, Nuprin), Zoloft are two substances known to cause this. The question is, what have you been taking? Narrow it down based on that. Also, request a GC-MS lab test. That will show whether or not you have benzodiazepines in your system. Answered by Cathrine Blatchford 1 year ago.


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